Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Hamann Turns Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 into Victory II

German tuning firm Hamann decided it was time to update its Victory performance and styling package for the Lamborghini Gallardo and adapt it to the newer version of the Italian supercar, the LP560-4. The Victory II adds a flamboyant paint job along with a wide body kit and the not-so necessary, but apparently welcome by buyers, power upgrades.

On the styling side, Hamann's designers developed a new body kit with front and rear fender extensions, matching side skirts, a roof scoop channelling air to the engine compartment, a front apron and a rear apron housing a new diffuser and exhaust tail pipes. There's also an available rear wing made of fibre glass or carbon fiber, while the bonnet can also receive the carbon fiber treatment.

The Lamborghini Victory II's exterior is finished in a matte black colour with contrasting dark red detailing. The finishing touch is a new set of 20 inch Edition Race rims with a special varnish, shod in 235/30ZR20 tyres at the front and 325/25ZR20 tyres at the back.

The interior of the Gallardo is enhanced by a 14-part carbon fiber trim set in a red finish covering most parts of the cabin, along with new sport bucket seats featuring a carbon fiber back, and unique floor mats.

In the performance division, by tweaking the V10 engine's electronics, Hamann's engineers managed to pull out another 20 ponies lifting total output to 580HP with a maximum torque of 575Nm. According to the tuner, the Gallardo Victory II can reach a top speed of 328 km/h or 204 mph.

For pricing, you'll have to contact Hamann directly as the tuner did not release any information on the matter.



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